Karisma Kapoor, who is set to return to big screen after 5 long years, said that her movie ‘Dangerous Ishq’ was the first woman centric movie in 3D.
“The film has a lovely gripping story and never before has there been a woman-centric 3D film,” said Karisma Kapoor to a daily.
The actress also said that her fans would see her in a never seen before avatar.
“The film has great songs and people will see me in a totally different avatar, Karisma Kapoor of 2012. We have worked really hard on this film and I just want to tell all my fans out there please go and watch the movie on May 11,” she said.
On this Friday Karisma Kapoor’s ‘Dangerous Ishq’ will clash with Yash Raj movie ‘Ishaqzaade’, which marks the debut of Boney Kapoor’s son Arjun Kapoor.
But Karisma Kapoor isn’t fazed with her movie competing with Yash Raj movie.
“Honestly, multiple films release every Friday. There have been many times in our industry that for so many years, two or three movies can do well at the same time,” she said.
“The genre of both movies is also different from each other. There is nothing of them clashing or anything of that sort. Arjun Kapoor is a family friend and I really wish him all the very best,” she added.
Even though ‘Dangerous Ishq’ is being called as Karisma Kapoor’s ‘comeback’ movie, the actress said that this wasn’t a comeback.
“The word comeback is misused in our country. I was on a sabbatical. I took a maternity leave and what is wrong if I come back to do my job? It is something I love doing, more than anything else,” she said.
“Acting has always been a passion for me which turned into a career. Today, when I do a movie, it's for the love of acting, for the love of being on set more than anything else,” she added.
Along with Karisma Kapoor the movie also stars Rajniesh Duggal, Ruslaan Mumtaz, Jimmy Shergill, Divya Dutta, Sameer Kochar and Gracy Singh.
Directed by Vikram Bhatt ‘Dangerous Ishq’ releases on May 11.